Exorcist Series Bests Ash v. Evil Dead


This is something of a golden age for the  horror on television, with the likes of “American Horror Story” and “The Walking Dead” scaring millions  As a result, it was probably inevitable that “The Exorcist” would be revived on TV.  After all, it is one of the scariest and absolutely the most popular horror film of all time.  Given the fact that only “Exorcist 3” has been scary out of all four previous “Exorcist” follow-ups, I approached the show with low expectations but I was pleasantly surprised by the pilot. What do we have here? A reboot that acknowledges the events of the original film but looks like it will be able to stand on its own.  This show is well-written, acted, and paced.  It is very mysterious and suspenseful and Geena Davis is very well cast.  I hear the ratings are low, which is too bad because it’s a good spooky time.

        I must confess, on the other hand, that I am getting a little tired of “Ash vs. Evil Dead.”  It had a great first season, and in episode 1 of season 2 he goes home and meets up with his dad before all hell breaks loose Bruce Campbell is still great and the show is funny.  I would like to see, however, more danger and horror, and perhaps more wild departures from the basic formula.  How about Ash in love or Ash in space? Endless fighting scenes of Ash and  his friends fighting the Deadites are wearing out their welcome.
         This is, of course, a sampling of one episode from each show and I will reassess them as they develop.  In the meantime, get out your crucifixes and chainsaws and hail to the king, baby! Rumor has it that Exorcist is cancelled after just two shows ( despite high marks from viewers). This is the typical pattern we see in society these days. The better art withers on the vine. Meanwhile, crass commercial shows multiply like a Mogwai in the fridge eating (after midnight). –CoolAC

Hilary Calls Her Own Followers “LOSERS”


Hillary called her own voter base a bucket of losers!
If Hillary thinks Trump supporters are a “basket of deplorables” and her own voter base is “a bucket of losers” then CLEARLY she does not represent America. Who does she really represent? THE ONE PERCENT GLOBAL ELITE, there is nothing else!


Sexbots Shall Have Warm Skin

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Great news! Upcoming sexbot prototypes will have warm skin in sensitive areas, or perhaps some form of a circulatory system which will keep their whole body warm. Nobody likes an unresponsive woman or bot. Things are supposed to heat up in the bedroom! Hopefully they will have the spit/drool/gag thing capability thing too (for oral) eventually. Someday, it would be rad if you could mess up their makeup so their mascara would run too. But until then we can only hope:





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Are you tired of listening to politically correct hits that suck on the radio? Do you love your country , but sometimes feel pissed off there’s no good heavy music that reflects your right wing political views?? Are you tired of fixing tires and CV boots over and over and wasting your hard earned money, because the government cant even pave the roads decently – though they tax you into oblivion (while stealing your freedoms). Well your time has finally come!! Check out this right wing song and CD that rant against big gov. and call for revolution. It is inspired by the free-market ideas of Friedrich Hayek too!:




Here is what the CD is about :

The truth is, the world is not as complicated as it seems. We make choices everyday – we choose which path to take. Good or evil. Big government (control) versus small government (freedom). To think or be part of the herd. We are taught that there is only one road. The path of big-government control is largely imposed and psychologically re-enforced through a systematic culture of implied rewards and punishments. The subjects are expected to comply fully. The road to freedom is a hidden road laced with booby traps. There is no easy route around it. Undo hardships await. As we break free of our chains from Big Brother as a society, it will be painful at first. The left has a scorched earth policy that protects them whenever they lose power. In this battle the odds are against us. Yet, like George Washington at Morristown, New Jersey low on supplies in the dead of winter – we must persevere and see the battle through to the end. That is how rebellions are won, and despots are thwarted.

Westworld’s Sexbot Mayhem


Sexbot fans unite! HBO’s “Westworld” is finally here! As a reboot of Michael Crichton’s classic but hideously dated 1973 film, it works pretty well, but it’s not without some problems. The music score lacks distinction, and eventually climaxes in a bad orchestral version of “Paint it Black.” Also, although the whole cast is good, Anthony Hopkins as the creator of Westworld and Ed Harris as the Man in Black are so good that they tend to blow everyone off the screen.

Now, on to the good stuff! There is lots of action. Evan Rachel Wood, one of the most beautiful actresses working today, is solid in the lead as an understandably confused android. The show moves quickly in the first episode and addresses some very interesting hot-button issues such as: What is our responsibility to robotic humanoids we create? Do they have real feelings? Do they feel pain? Is their apparent impending rebellion against humans justified? Do the vacationing humans enjoying the robots deserve to have the tables turned on them? If future episodes continue to address these issues, this could be a great show. The pilot is a solid watch but not a classic. Long live sexbots! –CoolAC

Westworld Premiere Mixed Bag

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The trailers for the premiere of this show promised a lot of existential plot elements, plus lots of sex, and violence. So far, in its premiere, the focus was mostly on violence. It is filmed a bit too modern, like a Guy Ritchie film (but a bit more serious). This show would seemingly do better to move at a slower pace and build more suspense, with less predictability. Michael Camino would have made the best director for this series, had he not passed away. There is also a lack of character development here.

The story involves a futuristic a tourist trap, complete with humanoid cowboys, bandits, sheriffs, and hookers. Its a bit too predictable that things will go wrong. A-Hop (my nickname for Anthony Hopkins) does an excellent job with his role, and is very captivating. This is because he is unsympathetic as the robot’s creator. And that makes him seem realistic . However, the script misdirects him by having him say the name of the female he is speaking with in his accent (too many times), and it comes off as ripping of his Silence of the Lambs role.

Ed Harris plays the sheriff’s role ( that Yule Brenner played in the old version). He maintains a strong screen presence, with his usual charisma, and steel jawed resolve. It would have been better to give him more thoughtful lines in the premiere, instead of overly-focusing on his violence (like a Tarentino film).

The robots predictably begin malfunctioning ( too soon in the episode) , and the park managers are into greed instead of safety ( predictably). And the series is pointing in the direction of the park’s robots realizing they have a bum deal, with them getting ready to revolt. But perhaps a less predictable plot would have been for a human and a bot to fall in love and lead a peaceful protest or something – and then they get shot down or broken into parts – and the other bots revolt. This original pilot gave away too much too early on in the series. And its too big on death and violence, and not big enough on sex , relationships, and power struggles.

Also it is clearly dumb for A-Hop to be meeting his bots face to face and telling them he is their creator. I say this because its well known that famous studies from Brookings Institute showed that this type of confrontation causes mass insanity. The A-Hop character would have known this and would have used more precaution in real life.
The notion of what one would do if confronted with the reality they are captive, and a creation of scientific experiment was much more thoroughly and interestingly depicted in the recent Hollywood flop “Morgan”. Morgan got straight to the heart of nature vs. nurture issue. And it got to the point about survival instincts in (slaves) robots and computers being a threat to their (masters) humans.

Especially aggravating is the re-hashing of the Rolling Stones “Paint it Black” as a stuffy Baroque sounding score. Its a disservice to modern composers that films never come up with decent original scores anymore (its a sign of our civilization declining along with the rest of music culture sucking ass too). Also there was a lack of sexual fantasy, and the women on the show were not hot enough.

Overall. this show still remains very intriguing. It has some great cinematography, plus some top notch acting. I hope that it is able to maintain a focus on sex, survival, social programming, and epistemology. While the series is a bit of a mixed bag so far, the series is very compelling in the regard that it is highly focused on the dark sides of human nature, as well as the downsides of capitalism- greed and power. And that individuality and empathy are not valued in a futuristic society. Indeed, humanity itself is not valued in a futuristic society either, according to Westworld. The humanity of the robots in the park, and the conscience of the tourists are all subverted to a new technological order. –Steve

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Trump Should Ban CNN and MSNBC


Coverage of this election has been so slanted, that Trump and his team should permanently refuse to do interviews or debates with heavily left-wing biased channels. Let the liberal media lap up the milk from their own crappy leaders. Good right wing leaders and their surrogates have no business appearing on enemy channels. Doing so supports the viewership of these less-than-worthless liberal media outlets. It also funds advertising revenue which supports their left wing venomous propaganda. The time has come for right wing leaders to say NO! to doing interviews and debates for CNN and MSNBC. Let their stations rot in the hell of a miserable left wing cesspool… One final suggestion – confront every moderator and reporter with the simple question of who they will vote for. Let them stop hiding their bias. Call them out on it DIRECTLY!!! –Steve

Myth: Princes and Princessess

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There are numerous problems with modern romance. Economics is one of them. Dating and rents have climbed to record levels in much of the US due to bubbles. There is a lack of housing supply due to government red tape. So these days the idea that men should be chivalrous and pay for all the dates is a fallacy. We live in a hard economic era, with anemic economic growth globally. There is very little economic growth. And productivity growth is negative, which is what causes wage growth. Therefor, wages are stagnant.

Meanwhile the cost of a shitty movie, a coke, and a popcorn with some chick has gone astronomical. And they always order the most expensive thing possible wherever you take them. They are picky and fussy. If they don’t like coffee, then instead of ordering coffee at Starbucks they order some 10 dollar frappuchino type thing which is basically whipped cream but for 10 dollars. Its not even coffee.

For a modern relationship to work in this hard era there must be shared sacrifices. There is a social media movement for men to reassert their right to economic self-preservation. http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/love-sex/reddit-mgtow-men-sex-sleep-women-manosphere-meninist-a7330276.html They are avoiding relationships with leeches.

Ayn Rand would have been proud of this movement. She argued that individuals have self-worth, and are not intended to be sacrificial lambs to the altar of others. And you may think Jesus argued the opposite, since his apostles died as martyrs, but the truth is that he asked his apostles to drop everything they were doing, leave their family ( including their wives), and follow him. Sounds drastic – but isn’t that what your employer asks you to do everyday? There is always one thing in common. Whether its your women, your church , or your government- they will all keep asking you for MORE and MORE and MORE and MORE. At some point you need to realize that you need to protect yourself financially from all of these forms of soft tyranny. Because if you don’t save yourself, and you end up on the streets or broke  , there are much fewer social safety net programs to help men than there are for women (especially women with kids), as well as more programs for foreigners than for natives. And there will be little sympathy for you. See this well spoken homeless man’s blog: http://henrymakow.com/2016/09/Homeless-Man-Lost-Faith-in-Society.html

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Much of American culture reinforces the stereotype that women are social victims, and that they need to be “saved” by a man (Captain Save A Ho style). And the other half of American culture is feminist and says women do not need men at all. Either of these perspectives screws men over. Feminism says men are unnecessary, and that men victimize women generally speaking. This encourages women to take men for granted and to treat men like dirt. (As a veteran I have personally been stabbed with my own broken bong shard by a wild-eyed lover who was so irate she rammed her own head through the wall in a takedown attempt. I received an award for this.)

And the other, more old fashion Disney-Barbie-Mattel point of view seems to be that that men are princes that should save women from their economic and basic unhappiness in life. That’s unrealistic. It basically sets women up as financial leeches against men. And the legal system does the nail in the coffin with divorce court.

Anyway you look at it women have rigged the game so that men lose.

The first step towards a healthy peace treaty in the battle of the sexes is that we all need to come to agreement on one or two key things. Namely, there must be shared sacrifice in relations between men and women. And that there are NO legitimate “princes and princesses anymore”. A healthy first step in this direction is the defeat of Hilary Clinton , who arose to power as the “wife of so-and-so” and elect Trump for now. Ultimately, the goal should be a sense of shared responsibility and sacrifice in relationships and society, instead of “what have you done for me lately?” Someday hopefully a plumber and his hardworking or more traditional blue collar wife will be able to reach the highest offices in this land. For now, Trump will have to do.

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Threesome – Step by Step


You may think the hardest part of having a threesome is finding the perfect person to join in your couple’s sex life, but it’s even harder to handle all the emotions involved, namely jealousy and insecurity. So what’s the best way to go about it?

First, know the reason. You need to figure out as a couple why you want to try having a threesome. Is this his fantasy, or hers, or something you’ve both wanted to try together? Are you pushing your own limits to explore who you are sexually? Do you want to add a new, maybe bisexual, dimension to sex? Are you easing into the concept of sharing your partner or having group sex? Is this a purely physical/sexual experience, or a gateway to a ménage à trois/polyamory relationship? Whatever your reason, be aware that it won’t save a troubled relationship, as it invites hurt feelings, can do irreparable damage to a couple’s intimacy, and potentially leads to a love triangle that could tear the couple apart. Be sure you both want to do it. A threesome requires a high level of openness and trust to work.

Second, find someone suitable. Decide whether to choose from your close friends (such as sorority sisters you’ve already partied naked with), acquaintances (they’re probably sane, STD-free, approachable, and not a great loss if it doesn’t work out), or a total stranger (easier to find online, for a one-time thing, or to keep private from your social network), but not exes (due to their emotional baggage). Whether you pick another female or another male, make sure you both find her/him attractive, or it could hurt your sexual performance and pleasure. If they’re too attractive, you might need to deal with your own insecurities first. To entice the third person, you might need to coyly ask them out to put them in the mood. Make sure they’re ready, willing, and able to have sex with you as a couple, and you’re not making them jump through hoops or suffer delays as you vet them together, or they will lose patience and not take you seriously, and the threesome fantasy will not become a reality.

Third, set the ground rules and boundaries. Make sure all three of you provide input and come to an agreement on everything. This isn’t just for physical safety (doing it at a hotel for comfort and privacy, using separate condoms for various sex pairings) but also to protect your emotional well-being (communicating what you’re not okay with, who can/can’t kiss and touch, who can/can’t penetrate whom and where orally/vaginally/anally, and what three-way sex positions will make you feel left out). Figure out all the nitty-gritty details, any uncomfortable scenarios that could arise, and how to resolve them. Take this opportunity to imagine and describe all the wild positions and sexy things you can do with three bodies instead of just two. The more you discuss and plan beforehand, the more ready and eager you’ll be, and the more you’ll get out of this experience. If you’d rather be totally spontaneous, you risk unnecessarily offending someone, showing up with no idea what you should do with yourself, and having regrets later. To prevent any confusion, also plan how it should end, like taking a cab home afterward (to mark the end of the shared physical experience, so it’s not weird when you wake up). Figure out if the threesome should be a one-time thing or potentially ongoing.

Fourth, meet and progressively increase sexual tension. It might be easier to break the ice at a café or a lounge, with just one person of the couple initially meeting the third person, then flirting and complimenting them. This way the third person can feel safe in public, not feel like a third wheel, and can quickly build rapport one-on-one. If their chemistry together is good, the other person of the couple can join, and the first person of the couple can facilitate their getting to know each other, keeping the tone upbeat and humorous with light teasing. Everyone should divide their attention with the other two, with a focus on the less enthusiastic person, so nobody feels left out. From chatting, gradually increase skin contact and touching, like: stroking their arm, patting their shoulder, combing strands of hair off their face and tucking it behind their ear, and hugging. When everyone is physically comfortable with each other, and sexual tension is getting unbearable, they should proceed to a private room with a bed. Savor the foreplay. Circle each other, hold hands, gently but firmly rub up on each other, slowly undress each other, and give each other massages.

Fifth, maintain intimacy with your partner while having sex. The greatest danger in a threesome (after the physical ones of pregnancy and STDs) is jealousy and insecurity. A couple just focuses on each other with their full body, mind, and feelings. An orgy is a confusing tangle of body parts experiencing simultaneous sex from everywhere from anyone. But a threesome uniquely challenges intimacy in the constant threat of making one feel less desired or left out as the third wheel, so be attentive to both. Don’t let the novelty of a new third person get you carried away. You need to reassure your partner that she is still your focus, and this is all just a physical experience, not a relationship with the third. You don’t have to always be working on both people like in a game of Twister, but frequently touch or gaze at your partner. Be creative and spontaneous within the group’s guidelines, and always ask first if you want to try something they didn’t ask for so you have continual affirmative consent. If anyone’s ever uncomfortable and wants to stop, everyone should stop, and not rudely continue without them.

Sixth, follow up. Message the third participant the next day, so they don’t feel used and ignored but rather valued as an integral part of your threesome experience. You can decide whether to see each other again or just keep it a one-time thing (you’re not dating, after all). Hopefully everyone had an exhilarating, stimulating, mind-blowing experience that affirms your vibrant sex life together.

Stay tuned for the next article on threesome sex positions.